Basic Radio Station Information

Family Radio

WMWK 88.1 FM

City of License:
Milwaukee, WI

Format:
Religious

Market:
Milwaukee, WI

Owner:
Family Stations (Family Stations, Inc.)

WMWK is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Milwaukee, WI and is part of that radio market. The station airs religious programming and goes by the name "Family Radio" on the air. WMWK is owned by Family Stations.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Hi my is Pastor Alfonso, I will like to present" Break through ministry. Our objective is addressing family who are interested in changing their life style through Christian Life Skill in becoming productive citizen in our society, through biblical studies introducing them to Jesus. Encouraging family to work through difficulty situations, In daily living, and or in marriage problems. teaching them responsibility, through the Word of God. Please our target {vision} is to help as many as we can in Wisconsin. Our ministry would love to help family Radio with time to Preach an teach... Thank You
By: alfonso terrazas on January 16, 2014

Program Director - The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Inc (NCADD) presents the national tour of the live stage production direct from NYC, "PASS IT ON…An Evening with Bill W. & Dr. Bob." The inspirational (and often hilarious) true story about the co-founders of Alcoholics Anonymous, serving as the centerpiece for NCADD’s National Recovery Education Campaign, "PASS IT ON" was created to raise awareness about the solution to America’s Number One Public Health Issue – the disease of Alcoholism and Addiction. "PASS IT ON” has created excitement among audiences and recovery communities in dozens of cities across the United States. This dynamic two man show features nationally acclaimed veteran Broadway actors Gary Kimble and John Schile. "PASS IT ON" transports you to the late 1940’s as if you are at an old time recovery meeting. They tell their stories, including writing and publishing the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, creating the 12 Steps and how they overcame tremendous obstacles as they struggled to develop their new program of recovery and pass it on to others who were still suffering. The production offers audiences an unforgettable evening of theater. Proceeds from the performance benefit NCADD and the Wisconsin 12 Step Association. About NCADD: NCADD was Founded in 1944 by A.A.’s first woman drunk – Marty Mann, and has 92 Affiliates Nationwide and is the largest and oldest recovery advocacy organization in the world. NCADD serves as our nation’s clearinghouse for recovery resources. About Wisconsin Association of 12 Step Clubs: Founded in 2004, the purpose of the Wisconsin Association of 12 Step Clubs is to promote the interests and effectiveness of 12 Step Clubs. The Association is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization that is 100% operated by unpaid volunteers. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO WITNESS THE BIRTH OF RECOVERY AND THE EARLY HISTORY OF ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - LEARN HOW THE 12 STEPS WERE CREATED, HOW THE BIG BOOK WAS WRITTEN AND PUBLISHED AND HOW OUR MEETINGS WERE STARTED… IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HEAR BILL W. & DR. BOB TELL THEIR PERSONAL STORIES OF DRINKING AND RECOVERY IN THEIR OWN WORDS, SEE THEM BOTH DRUNK AS MONKEYS AND WATCH THEM GET SOBER BEFORE YOUR EYES IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE A FLY ON THE WALL THE NIGHT BILL AND BOB MET IN AKRON OHIO IN 1935 AND STUMBLED ONTO THE DISCOVERY OF 12 STEP RECOVERY – BE SURE TO GET YOUR TICKETS TO SEE “PASS IT ON…AN EVENING WITH BILL W. & DR. BOB” THE NATIONAL TOUR OF THE LIVE STAGE PRODUCTION – direct from New York City. DON’T MISS THIS UNFORGETABLE INSPIRATIONAL AND OFTEN HILARIOUS CELEBRATION OF SOBRIETY - COMING TO WAUKESHA COUNTY The Hamilton Fine Arts Center – W220 N6151 Town Line Rd, Sussex, WI 53089 Thur. Sept.10th 2pm & 7pm, Fri. Sept.11th 7pm, Sat. Sept. 11th 2pm & 7pm Tickets are $25.00 general seating available at: The Waukesha Alano Club, 318 W. Broadway, Waukesha, WI All Tickets $25.00 general seating & $35.00 reserved seating available at: www.brownpapertickets.com (search: Pass It On) or 1-800-838-3006 Kindest Regards, Thomas Bruns 651-269-9042 frasermedic@hotmail.com Dan Meyer 920-209-9030 dan.12step@gmail.com
By: Thomas Bruns on September 3, 2015

I've heard a song on your radio station more than once and I can't hunt it down. The lyrics are He's all that I need...Jesus, Jesus He's all that I need. It is a woman gospel singer and at the end of the song there is a male voice that comes in. Is there any chance you can tell me who is singing that? I've been searching and coming up empty. I'd really appreciate it b/c I really like it. Thank you and God Bless!
By: Becky on July 26, 2017

hi, i had heard a song on the radio today around 5 pm central in milwaukee , wi, and it seemed like the title was "because of him", it had a female singer; please let me know who is the singer if possible. thank you, c. w.
By: c.w. on June 23, 2018

HOLIDAY FOLK FAIR INTERNATIONAL I’m writing about Holiday Folk Fair International, which opens Friday and runs through Sunday at State Fair Park’s Expo Center. I’d like to send you two releases: one on the unique foods served at the World Café and a second on the special attractions, but need an e-mail address. With a theme of “Celebrate the Culture of Diversity,” folk fair features exhibits from different regions throughout the world. It’s not just for fun, which it is, but folk fair broadens our knowledge, understanding, perspective and appreciation of cultures other than our own, which seems particularly significant in today’s world. It’s also a unique offering for Christmas gifts. Let me know, if I may arrange an interview for your listeners.
By: Mark McLaughlin on November 14, 2018

I enjoy your program so much that it is the first one I programme into any radio, my house my car etc. I am also a electronics hobbyist and I go to places like Goodwill where I buy old, sometimes defunct Radios and try to bring them back to life (I did not want to say 'resurrect' as that has a different meaning for me). If I am successful, the first station I tune to is 88.1. I do really enjoy listening to hymns and Church music. Whenever I do n ot go to Church on a Sunday, I try to make up for it by listening to your channel for the better part of the day. I have not been able to get at your regular programming for the opast few days, what has happened ?
By: Ivor Cadiramen on November 18, 2018

Is there any chance of getting my own spiritual songs of faith on your air time? Thanks to whoever is reading. Maybe someone can answer. Ken Chovan Kenosha
By: Kenneth CHOVAN on March 14, 2019

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